Sgt. Moore, when asked what the young starlet could expect to see at the Marine Corps Ball, replied that she would see a bunch of Marines glad to be home from Afghanistan, which from experience, is a great feeling. When I was in Desert Storm, we had a young female reporter from CNN interview some of us just before the ground war started. We were in the back of a six-by, moving further north. She asked a young Lance Corporal, Jim Demcher, if he was scared. Demcher gave her an answer that is the epitome of being a Marine. He put his foot up on the rail, took off his sunglasses, leaned forward, and said, "Sweetheart, I'm a Devil Dog. We have no fear." The rest of us whooped and hollered loud enough for Saddam to hear us. Sgt Moore shares that pride and arrogance, and in his interview about what Ms. Kunis can expect from those happy to be home Marines, said this:
I would like to refer to Eleanor Roosevelt's quote about Marines for this one. “The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!”
Come home safe, 3/2. A lot of us old guys are looking forward to this.